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18.9.07

daub & bauble

josh from minnesota's daub & bauble emailed me today about their new line of soaps and lotion for the bathroom and kitchen. normally i'm not a big "bath products" girl but i do have a soft spot for great packaging. each of daub & bauble's products comes packaged in a cute, 100% recyclable bottle with a beautiful selection of patterns (designed by wink). i've picked some of my favorites above and below (the mission fig and sorrento lemon dish detergent sounds fantastic) but you can click here to view the full collection and find a retailer near you. enjoy! [thanks, josh!]

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

i've actually tried these. i got the lemon set because of the adorable patterns (my favorite isn't shown here but it's a little foresty toile pattern with deer)— and i was pleasantly surprised that they smell as good as they look. too often not the case with pretty lotions and soaps...

12:36 PM  
Blogger Janvangogh said...

I just bought some of their orange and clove lotion at the Century House while I was in Madison Wisconsin last week. Smells wonderful.

3:25 PM  
Blogger Xander said...

These are incredible... it'd be so nice to have a dish detergent that doesn't distract from the style of the kitchen, but actually adds it it. No I wonder if they'd ship to Bangkok... -X

7:09 PM  
Blogger hiphostess said...

LOVE these! Such great designs - it's so refreshing when everyday products are packaged in unique, unexpected ways. These would make great hostess or housewarming gifts!

8:59 PM  
Blogger vineeta said...

Oh. awesome stuff!! I'm a complete succor for sexy packaging & sometimes disgusted to find I've picked something cause its looks so damn good! This is superstuff! I've come to yr blog after ages & cracked up to see the ugliest pillow contest!! :) and 442 comments! man! :)) thanx for sahring the beauty & the joy

10:05 AM  

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